There were several bounce houses and inflatable slides, which Ty absolutely loved!
They had some crafts, so Ty made his own little hat, which to our astonishment, he actually kept on for a decent amount of time. We typically have very little luck getting Ty to wear accessories.
He's typically a happy little guy, but he definitely has his random moments of sadness.
Here he is having a random meltdown and then going to sleep zonked after church. Nap is normally around 12:30 or 1:00pm, so our 12:30-3:30pm church meeting is always a bit challenging for him.
This messy eating often results in a bath. One time Oscar combed his hair to look like Donald Trump's combover.
Baby girl kept growing but unfortunately did not turn head down. She's still breech at 39 weeks. I've been told your alignment can get thrown off from holding a heavy toddler on your hip. From the look of the pic on the right though, you'd think she'd want to get her head away from Tyler's butt and thighs.
Tyler having fun playing with Oscar's deoderant and having our home teachers read him a book.
Other cute moments from July include
Oscar sneezes. Tyler says "bless you dada." We coo adoringly, and I say "Tyler are we just complete suckers for your cuteness?" to which Tyler responds "bless you suckers."
Oscar taught Ty how to do a fist bump. He can even do the "pshew" sound after the fists hit each other. Keep that in mind while I mention that we like to play around with him by pretending to eat him. We'll say "tasty head" then pretend to much his head, "tasty arm" then pretend to munch his arm, etc. Ty loves this game and will even make requests - "tasty nose," "tasty ear," etc. One time he requested "tasty pshew!" LOL! He must think a fist is called a "pshew."